Wastelands of Damnation: City of Enoch is a Conspiratorial Horror/Survival game series created by Mykal Lakim and published by Dark Phoenix Publishing. City of Enoch uses the L.I.F.E System and is a part of the Wastelands of Damnation roleplayings series. City of Enoch introudces you, the player, to the ancient city of Enoch and allows you to play a character in the ancient time. 


City of Enoch is a game designed to take you into the ancient past. Where most vampires, werewolves and Mages have no idea of the true past, players are free to play from the beginning and see how events unfolded within the Damnation universe and be a part of the mythos themselves. As you learn the rules and play with your friends you will be tested both morally and mentally as you begin your journey on The Lonely Road. Play with a few friends or play with dozens, we're sure City of Enoch will entertain and inspire you and your friends for endless nights of fun.

Game SystemEdit

City of Enoch is played using the L.I.F.E. System (Live-Action In Fantasy Environment). In addition to the games' rules the most important thing to memorize are the mechanics, based on the numerical value of four. The game can be played with a 12 sided dice or the traditional method of Throwing Chops (Rock, Paper, Scissors) making gameplay simple and easy to understand. In December 2012, Dark Phoenix Publishing announced the release of a Tabletop variant as well as another LARP varant known as Infinity which would simplify the mechanics of the game to appease gamers who felt number crunching was too difficult. 

Other Books in the SeriesEdit

Wastelands of Damnation: City of Enoch is just the Corebook, explaining the ancient city and time period in general, broad strokes. Building a mortal is no problem with this Corebook. For those who wish to play as a Vampire, Werewolf, Mage, etc., Dark Phoenix Publishing is also releasing Sourcebooks to go with the Corebook detailing what ancient life was like for each supernatural creature. City of Enoch is the first book to be a part of a time period series.